Fees apply Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except holidays.
This lot is intended for short-term parking. Card payments accepted online or in the Passport app for Zone 97700. Coin and card payment available at the kiosk. Enter your license plate number and pay hourly ($1) or daily ($4 max) at the kiosk located between Tykeson Hall and Obsidian Hall.
Your license plate serves as your virtual permit; no need to return to car after purchasing permit at kiosk.
We offer our most economical rates in our newest lot. Accessed from Simpson Avenue, this lot is a short walk from Ray Hall, our newest building on campus.
We offer daily, monthly, and term permits in this lot. Daily permits are $2 online or in the Passport app using Zone 97701. Coin payment is available at the kiosk between Tykeson Hall and Obsidian Hall. A $2 transaction at the kiosk is valid for a whole day of parking in the Simpson Lot.
Monthly and term permits are available online.
Carpools of at least two persons can apply for a free permit to park in designated spaces on days they share a ride to campus. Please download and complete the form below. Carpool parking will be strictly enforced, and violators will be excluded from purchasing permits anywhere on campus.
Please attach the form to your application for a permit online at osucascadespermits.cmrpay.com.
Daily parking at the Graduate & Research Center is free during classes held in the building. No overnight parking is allowed without prior approval.
Free in designated spaces adjacent to the covered bicycle rack near Tykeson Hall and in the NE corner of the Chandler-Century lot. Registering your motorcycle as a vehicle is required.
Transit services, biking, and designated walking routes between campus facilities are available. Cascades East Transit (CET) provides transit service to campus every 30 minutes via Routes 10 and 11. Check CET’s website for the latest routing and schedules. Bend bus routes are free for all riders through the end of 2022. In 2023, scan your OSU-Cascades ID card upon boarding for free rides on Bend area routes.
State and Federal tax laws allow employees to save taxes on parking at work by setting up a pretax payroll deduction that reduces taxable income. Qualified expenses are exempt from Federal, State and FICA (Social Security and Medicare) taxes. Your tax savings will vary, depending on your deduction amount and your tax bracket. Most employees will save approximately $13.50 on every $50 they pay for qualified expenses (27%). Employees can complete the online enrollment form throughout the year.
To get started, learn more at: http://asiflex.com/Commuter
An online form can be downloaded at: https://www.oregon.gov/oha/pebb/2016Benefits/2016Commuter.pdf
Submit forms to OSU-Cascades human resources.
Full-time employees may earn free or reduced-cost parking if their income (i.e., "base salary") is below a given threshold. This threshold is 185% of the federal poverty level, consistent with eligibility for a 2-person household in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program in Oregon.
University Standard 07-025 governs the use of vehicles, the use of non-motorized transportation, and parking, on Oregon State University (“university”) property.